Bethke's send-up of the cyberpunk genre isn't just hilarious, it's also lots more accurate and insightful than books that take themselves so-o-o seriously. Headcrash
is flat-out fun. -- David Brin
--This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
About the Author
An ex-surfer, ex-rock musician, ex-teacher, and ex-sausage maker, Bruce Bethke now lives a life of quiet bourgeois complacency in suburban Minnesota, where he works in software development for a really, really nice multibillion-dollar multinational company totally unlike the evil and psychotic multibillion-dollar multinational company depicted in this book. Honest. Besides being the accredited creator of the word "cyberpunk," Bethke has written numerous short stories, which have appeared in such magazines as Amazing, Asimov's, Weird Tales, and Easyriders, and more than two hundred computer software books, manuals, and articles. Headcrashis his first novel.